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High School
Counselor

Upper Adams School District

Position Opening for the 2024-2025 School Year

 

School Counselor Anticipated at Biglerville High School

 

To apply for the position or view a complete job description, click the following link, or copy and paste it to your browser:  https://www.applitrack.com/upperadams/onlineapp/default.aspx? 

 

On the employment page choose the link for “Support Services”, find the position and click the red “Apply” button.

 

Contact Tina Fair, Human Resources Coordinator for more information at t.fair@upperadams.org.

Middle School Counselor

The Cambria Heights School District is accepting applications

for the following full-time position beginning in the 2024-2025 school year:

 

 

Middle School Counselor

 

 

Submit letter of interest, resumé, PA State application,

transcripts, Act 114 (FBI), Act 34 (PA Criminal)

Act 151 (PA Child Abuse), Act 126 (Mandatory Child Abuse)

 clearances, and three references to:

 

Mr. Kenneth J. Kerchenske, Superintendent

Cambria Heights School District

P.O. Box 66

426 Glendale Lake Road

Patton, PA 16668

 

Application materials may be sent via email to

Mrs. Angie Passonetti, Executive Assistant, at apassonetti@chsd1.org.

www.chsd1.org

Elementary School Counselor

Blossburg Elementary School

Develops and coordinates a school counseling program in conjunction with the Advisory Team that includes individualized education, career planning, and other activities necessary for a successful program. Focuses attention on every student’s academic, career, and personal-social development needs and collaborates with others within and outside the school to meet them. Implements a guidance curriculum and responds to teacher invitations to provide classroom guidance lessons on topics such as character education, career and work issues, development of life skills, etc. Seeks input from and revises program to better meet the needs of the school as necessary.

2. In conjunction with the principal, periodically monitors data on student progress relating to implementation of individualized instructional or behavioral interventions and assists with modifications when indicated. Works in collaboration with others to resolve students’ educational needs, including those related to IEPs and GIEPs.

3. Coordinates opportunity for students to take assessments related to post-secondary education such as the PSAT, SAT, ACT or AP examinations. Assists with District preparation for state-mandated testing. Participates in IEP, GIEP meetings as requested. Coordinates services and serves as a case manager for all assigned students with Section 504 service agreements. Participates in the MTSS process. Participates in Student Assistance Program.

4. Monitors student progress toward meeting all graduation requirements and works with those who face problems with sufficient credits toward graduation. Supports student’s post-graduation process by building transcripts and maintaining graduation credit counts per student, counseling and advising students on the college application process, and writing letters of recommendation.

5. Provides individual or small group counseling toward social and emotional growth, new student orientation, at-risk assessment and crisis intervention to include students who are failing classes, exhibit absentee patterns, and in consultation with student’s therapist. Provides goal-oriented counseling in systematic response to identified needs.

6. Abides by federal, state and local school laws and regulations, mandated programs, District policies and administrative regulations.

7. Maintains and updates the website and forms as required.

8. Plans, schedules, and delivers crisis education and response management; provides evening parent programs and post-secondary programming to high school students.

9. Coordinates services and makes referrals to community agencies.

10. Assists students in evaluating their aptitudes and abilities through the interpretation of individual standardized test scores and other pertinent data in order to discover and develop their special abilities. Provides information and access to additional resources on potential jobs/careers that align with student’s abilities and interests.

11. Provides in-service training in guidance for teachers.

12. Enters and tracks all data and scheduling related to cyber students.

13. Collaborates and assists with course scheduling for all traditional, nontraditional, and students in special education and confers with parents and teachers to provide support whenever necessary.

14. Provide information for teachers and staff members involved in helping students or graduates identify and pursue employment opportunities.

15. Communicates with teachers and staff members to familiarize them with the general range of services offered by the department in order to improve the educational prospects of individual students being counseled.

16. Interprets and communicates information regarding school counseling to the community as well as potential stakeholders outside of the classroom.

17. Participates in student referrals to homebound instruction, alternative education, and similar out of school placements.

18. Maintains the confidentiality of student records and information as part of exercising professional duties and discretion in sharing such information.

19. Collaborates with administrators and social workers to reduce dropout of students by assisting and supporting the individual needs of students and families.

Apply here: https://southerntioga.tedk12.com/hire/

School Counselor

The Moniteau School District: School Counselor (Elementary and Secondary) K-12 certification preferred, see www.moniteau.org/Human-Resources for details. Please submit letter of interest, resume and additional information to Deanna Panza, AdminAsst to Superintendent at 1810 West Sunbury Road, West Sunbury, PA  16061. Deadline to file is October 30, 2024.

School Counselor

SCHOOL COUNSELOR 

J.T. LAMBERT SCHOOL

(Regular Appointment)

 

This anticipated School Counselor position will be available for the start of the 2024-2025 school year.  The salary and benefits are in accordance with the current Professional Association Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement.

 

Candidates must possess a valid Pennsylvania K-12 School Counselor certification.  The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of and empathy for students at the secondary school level as well as a sincere desire to work with them. 

 

Further qualifications include the following:

 

(1)   Knowledge of the PA standards with regards to emotional and physical well-being and safety for children in compliance with Act 126, Act 72, RTII, Chapter 339, and student assistance,

(2)   Experience/orientation for Special Education/IEP process and requirements,

(3)   Ability to creatively prepare, communicate, and present effective instructional strategies for academic planning, college preparation, vocational education, and crisis counseling with the understanding and empathy for students and the assigned level,

(4)  Strong technology background.

 

Completion of successful interview(s) required along with meeting all district requirements.

 

Please express your interest in this position by submitting your PA Standard Application including certificate, clearances, transcripts and 3 recommendations.  Applications and clearance forms may be downloaded off our employment website at www.esasd.net.  If you currently work for the District, please provide a letter of interest and current resume.

 

Applications or letters of interest should be sent electronically to:  hr@esasd.net

Or can be mailed to: 

                        Human Resources

                     East Stroudsburg Area School District

                     50 Vine Street

                     East Stroudsburg, PA  18301

Seneca Valley
School District

Position Title: Full-Time Permanent School Counselor

Position Description: Seneca Valley School District has a full-time permanent School Counselor position beginning the 2024-2025 school year.

 

Location: Senior High School

Grades: 11-12

 

The following PA Certifications will be accepted: Elementary and Secondary School Counselor PK-12 Secondary School Guidance 7-12

 

Seneca Valley is committed to advancing equity and embracing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

E.O.E.

Contact: Kim Capozzi at capozzikb@svsd.net

Application: https://senecavalley.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=449

Secondary School Counselor

Mount Union Area School District

 

The Mount Union Area School District is accepting applications for the following anticipated position effective immediately for the 2023-2024 school year: 

 

Anticipated Secondary School Counselor 

Position is for 185 days per school year. 

To be available after January 12, 2024. 

Initial assignment will be for Grades 9 to 12. 

Elementary & Secondary School Counselor PreK-12 Certification required. 

Background and/or experience with SAP and working with outside agencies preferred. 

 

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest, resume, Standard PA Teaching Application, copy of PA Certification, transcripts/credentials, three recent letters of reference, current Act 34, Act 151 and FBI fingerprinting clearances (within one year), Act 168 Disclosure form to Dr. Amy J. Smith, Superintendent, Mount Union Area School District, 603 North Industrial Drive, Mount Union, PA  17066 or email to:  applications@muasd.org.  Applications accepted until position has been filled.  Telephone:  814-542-8631.  Fax #814-542-8633.  EOE 

Middle School Counselor

The Cambria Heights School District is accepting applications

for the following full-time positions beginning

in the 2024-2025 school year:

 

 

Middle School Counselor

 

 

Submit letter of interest, resumé, PA State application,

transcripts, Act 114 (FBI), Act 34 (PA Criminal,

Act 151 (PA Child Abuse), Act 126 (Mandatory Child Abuse)

 clearances, and three references to:

 

Mr. Kenneth J. Kerchenske, Superintendent

Cambria Heights School District

P.O. Box 66

426 Glendale Lake Road

Patton, PA 16668

 

Application materials may be sent via email to

Mrs. Angie Passonetti, Executive Assistant, at apassonetti@chsd1.org.

www.chsd1.org

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